EVERNOTE®: What others say
Windows Phone 7 becomes even more noteworthy for users with the launch of Evernote
On June 16, 2011, a version of the Evernote app was launched for smartphones with the Windows Phone 7 operating system. Evernote allows you to save notes, photographs, mark your favorite webpages, create to-do lists, store important information, organize your schedule, and perform a lot many other tasks. People who have mobiles with Windows Phone 7 are happy that they can now use the immensely popular Evernote app.
Consumers, who were using Evernote on their Windows Mobile 6 devices, have welcomed the introduction of the app on Windows Phone 7. Some people were disappointed on not being able to find the app for their phone on the Marketplace hub. This was because it took a few hours for the publishers to release the versions for some phones. A brief survey of various online forums reveals that users were looking forward to subscribing to a premium account for the Evernote app. The users appreciated the interface and functions of the app.
Some people who downloaded the app, reported that they were getting a white screen on logging in to Evernote. Users, who had also encountered the same issue, said that the problem was resolved on turning on the Wi-Fi connection and then restarting the app. On a blog, a representative of Evernote commented that they were working on a solution for this problem. It was suggested that users should log-in and sync while being connected to Wi-Fi. Certain users of Windows Phone 7-based mobiles wanted to know the instructions for using the Evernote app and the amount of memory that would be required.
In spite of the initial problems, mobile phone users are glad that the Evernote app is now available on the Windows Phone 7 platform. Some people are of the view that this version of Evernote makes Windows Phone 7 a complete operating system with its wide variety of utilities.